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Re: Why isn't nicotine gum used for mood disorders? alexandra_k

Posted by Tony P on August 2, 2017, at 1:30:31

In reply to Re: Why isn't nicotine gum used for mood disorders? Tony P, posted by alexandra_k on January 15, 2017, at 14:32:14

Harmaline in tobacco smoke, an MAOI used in certain native entheogen preparations such as ayahusca (sp?) MAY have an effect -- I believe the quantity is small. Now I've studied more about nicotine, I've learned it has many effects, including on the Dopamine "pleasure" centre. Nevertheless, there is _something_ about smoking (particularly pipe-smoking, which is my bag) that is distinctly different from nicotine as NRT.


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